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dsxero last won the day on February 5 2017

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  1. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    quick drop in to say excellent and smooth transaction with @kampongkid very detailed about the item and condition. No surprises
  2. Urban Techwear

    It's just 2 separated 1in webbing spaced apart. Not tecsys at all.
  3. Acronym.

  4. Acronym.

    What i had done is just spray a little of the granger's wash on the collar (let it absorb a little) and get a damp cloth to wipe it away. I do not recommend tumble drying air drying is always the way (personal preference).
  5. Acronym.

    It's neither of those. It is a complete separate piece of it's own Here
  6. Acronym.

    Lets not forget the countless questions that people asked without using the simple search bar or go back a few pages. ( even though when asking this specific question they state " I know this question is asked before" ) sadly, we will still see "legit check" and questions that can be found with a simple search. they will never see what we just said here. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  7. Acronym.

    Two easy things to spot. Microback grid and pull tabs.
  8. Acronym.

    If anyone cares about a J36 Custom I worked on recent please pay a visit HERE

    This DIY was planned awhile back about 4 to 5 months, but didn't have the time to get on with it until now Thank both Kamikaze for the challenging Idea, and Jbob for shipping me his precious J36GT for this experiment. I will not disclose any sources Enjoy All! _Challenges I have to use this beginner machine Singer (stitches might not come out clean as it exceeding it's purpose) forgot what model this is but here is a Link to the more updated version Here There was no way to actually get this right if I do not have the jacket on hand. It took awhile to actually begin the process because I was waiting for the "escape zip" ( YKK:Top open zip ) that took 30 days to produce. ( when I finally got it it didn't measure up to what I wanted but oh well but lucky for Jbob the intended XL worked on his sz L jacket ) I spend awhile trying figure out the measurements, and putting the Jacket on and off ( I'm a sz M) Here is the J36_C GT Panel itself fully tapped and stitched back and front It's 3L Gore the best I could find for an average person Details of the panel with the J36 [Everything is fully functional: Snap / Fidlock socket / Escape Zip More details and Finally the Fit Pic ( Don't mind the phone I am taking the pictures remotely) [ I am a sz M and with the panel it practically a sz XL I already tried to layer a bit and this was the best I can do ]
  10. Acronym.

    That happened to my P23 as well. It is a very easy fix if you own a sewing machine. The problem that i noticed is that the stitching that runs down isn't a stretch stitch which is why when attempt to put them on it just break the stitch there. Not sure someone made a mistake and forgot to do a stretch stitch at that area instead of a regular straight one.
  11. Acronym.

    My suggestion would be to use ( ST 925 pellon perma stick ) in between the tape and gore.The tape say pressure stick but i would apply the tape and iron press. You can apply it twice over each other if you like depending on how much bonding action you need. Iron press twice and give a 15 mins gap in between to let the adhesive cool. Be sure to also use a fabric over when pressing so heat is only apply and not actually burn anything.
  12. Acronym.

    Put a thin piece of cloth right over it and iron over it until it stick. I going to assume they didn't iron the tape properly on to the material. If that not the case then the tape was defective from the start.

    This is the machine that i started with 2 years ago the Singer 4443. I still use this today so i would recommend the same for you, but you can get the newer version if you like. This is a good "basic" all around to start off with. Review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3jq60sgKsU] You will also need these needles to sew various materials. https://www.amazon.com/Singer-Universal-Regular-Machine-Needles/dp/B00114Q33W/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1471331545&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=singer+universal+needle I would also recommend getting one of these sewing foot set as it will help you sew certain materials and do certain jobs easier.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NEPKX8M/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 As you progress you might end up looking at machines that are specialized to do certain jobs or sew certain things. Now that is a whole new world, and I am still learning myself. For me even with 2 machine i still feel the need to get 3 other machines to achieve that perfect construction. Hope this helps

    Thank you ! I used a Walking foot and material is XPAC